Canvas Updates for April 20

Important Notices Canvas Community Update Canvas has launched an updated Community feature for users. The Community is a resource for students and instructors to find helpful guides on how to use Canvas, as well as to participate in feature discussions, find best practices and more. What does this mean to you? Aside from the valuable resource that the Community presents, the single most important […]

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VoiceThread Learning Series

Free Online VoiceThread Workshops The MCC CTL is excited to recommend VoiceThread’s next series of workshops for May and June! VoiceThread is a teaching and learning tool that we currently have a license for at Mesa Community College. It is as unique platform desgined to engage learners in conversations around multimedia. Common uses of VoiceThread include presentations, projects, storytelling, debates, discussions, portfolios and […]

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3-D printing has Arrived at MCC!

Arizona Advanced Manufacturing Institute is proud to announce that Mesa Community College now has state of the art 3-D printing capabilities! In the Manufacturing lab (TC 107), we have 2 new 3D printers, the Fortus 250 and 400, that can utilize 11 different materials with build size up to 16X14X16 inches. We would like to invite you to participate in […]

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Free Webinar Series Addresses Plagiarism

Copy/Paste Culture – Plagiarism Education Week Join Turnitin® their third annual virtual conference for Plagiarism Education Week April 20-24. This week of FREE, daily webinars is “devoted to sharing ideas and best practices to teach educators and students how to move from copying to critical thinking”. This year’s theme is Copy/Paste Culture. Join in as experts, researchers, educators, authors and thinkers lead […]

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Quality Matters APPQMR Session

Quality Matters APPQMR In-Person Session offered Friday, April 17 at GWCC Register Now (Registration through HRMS/Time & Labor) Quality Matters (QM) is a nationally recognized, research-based, faculty-centered, peer review process designed to acknowledge the quality of online/hybrid courses. The QM framework, implemented through a rubric, is about course design and making your course navigation and structure intuitive, so that students’ questions will be more focused on the content […]

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Join the Spring 2015 Assessment Pilot

Which ‘C’ are you assessing? Through the leadership of the Student Outcomes Committee, MCC has adopted Institutional Student Learning Outcomes, the MCC 4C’s, that are consistent with the Vision, Mission, and Values of Mesa Community College and reflect our commitment to Individuals and Community, Innovation, Integrity, Learning, and Service Excellence. These 4C’s are  Communication, Civic Engagement, Critical Thinking, and Cultural & Global Engagement. This Spring MCC faculty are […]

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